Buy from some of the UK's best social enterprises
Divine Chocolate – chocolate to cherish from the company owned by cocoa farmers
Check out the cultural events at this sumptuous Soho private members club with a social mission. Profits support their Employment Academy for the homeless.
Every penny of profit we make goes to orphaned and abandoned children all around the world
Belu reduces their environmental impact and gives all its profits to WaterAid
A magazine sold on the streets that gives homeless people a chance to earn a legal income.
specialist coffee that helps support the homeless community through training, jobs and housing
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Award-winning recycled and ethical fashion company that invests in its workers and funds school-building in Cambodia, Rwanda and Uganda.
From insurance to energy, home broadband and even holidays for the over 50s, the commercial arm of Age UK donates all profits to the charity.
Quality handmade footballs score fair employment for Africans from deprived communities in their stitching centres, and promote HIV/AIDS awareness.
Buy original artworks and prints from this company that showcases the creative talents of people living with severe epilepsy and learning difficulties.
Monthly tampon and sanitary towel delivery service that donates 100% of profits to educating and empowering girls in rural Africa.
By purchasing one of our shakes, you directly contribute to the conservation of elephant and rhino in Africa.
We are Darlo the ethical babywear brand! For every product purchased we donate a week's worth of meals to a child in India.
These luxury hampers and gourmet gifts help support a charity that offers business skills and creative therapy to socially-isolated women.
Leisure centres that reinvest their profits to improve the services they offer, by training staff and upgrading facilities.
Award-winning bike shop chain that employs the homeless and runs classes for those wanting to ride safely on London’s roads and repair their own two-wheels.
A top class restaurant in London Bridge that trains and employs the homeless. Graduates go on to work in the country’s top restaurants.
This beautiful, historic building in Liverpool has a thriving café bar, women’s health suite, conference facilities and a nursery – all helping fund women’s education.
Coffee company that works directly with expert smallholders, paying them what they deserve instead of middlemen. Over 75% of growers are shareholders.
Get kitted out at this London sports store selling fashionable clothing and footwear with all profits invested in training for long-term unemployed youth.
Luxury toiletries from an enterprise that’s been providing employment for blind and disabled people for over 160 years.
An energy company owned by its customers promising fair prices, clarity and transparency and a commitment for carbon content to be half the national average.
Car-sharing scheme in Durham encouraging the community to kick their car habit and use their smart-card operated vehicles instead.
Hip Dalston café/bar with a view of the London's skyline and an open air cinema. Run by Bootstrap, which supports creative and social micro-enterprises.
Explore the historic gardens or visit the on-site barn cinema at this hotel/conference centre that actively supports the arts, social justice and sustainability.
Ebico Ltd is a not-for-profit gas and electricity supplier aiming to offer a better, fairer deal for domestic energy to British households.
With flowers, plants, gifts and wildlife kits, the online shop for this award-winning eco-attraction in Cornwall is as abundant as its indoor rainforest!
The Phone Co-op is a consumer co-operative that exists to serve its members, and inspire others with an alternative, better model for business and the economy.
From bags and belts to cufflinks, key rings and shoes, these accessories are made from reclaimed materials including fire-hose that would otherwise go to landfill.
A smartphone made from conflict-free materials that support great performance rather than warfare; and produced in a factory that treats its workers well.
The Book Reserve is two businesses in one: A café and an second hand bookstore that has been set up to specifically employ twelve young parents who have had contact with the justice system each year.
Fairtrade gifts, bags, fashion and homeware with all profits re-invested to create employment for women who have been trafficked into prostitution.
This cold brew coffee company boosts local community projects with a percentage of their profits.
Thinking Flowers? question’s global sustainability concerns in the cut-flower industry. Locally, we offer; floral design, upcycling, donation and green waste disposal.
Handmade, premium chocolates using ethically-sourced, sustainable cocoa. Harry's provides employment opportunities for those on the autistic spectrum.
Buy your groceries from this Brighton-based store, which aims to be the first in a chain of ethical, affordable supermarkets.
Get your paws on themed notepads, t-shirts and sweets in this shop launched by Nick Hornby to fund creative writing & mentoring for young people.
This luxury sock company provides work for the homeless, re-invests all profit and lets customers donate a pair of socks to rough sleepers when they buy online.
Tuck in to some authentic home-cooking at this 'roaming restaurant' that creates employment opportunities for migrant and refugee women.
Bottled water brand that donates 100% of its profit. £10m has been raised, helping 2.5m people.
Get your hands on these ethically-made pants that help farmers in developing countries get a fair deal for their cotton.
Two coffee bookshops in East London offering training and work experience for the long-term unemployed and those recovering from addiction.
Exquisite wedding stationery, lovingly handcrafted by adults with learning disabilities/difficulties who develop confidence and employability skills.
Manchester’s cycle café provides everything you need to ride into the city: indoor cycle parking; changing facilities; bike repairs and barista-style coffee house.
Tasty handmade jams and chutneys made from surplus fruit and veg, tackling food waste and creating work for those struggling to find employment.
Wide range of quality teas and the option to create bespoke blends with 50% of profits funding education in the tea-growing region of Darjeeling.
Somewhere to hang out without the booze, this alcohol-free café in Liverpool has a buzzing events programme. All profits support those who have suffered with addiction.
Every ticket, bowl of popcorn and glass of wine at The Lexi helps fund child education and welfare in Lynedoch Village in South Africa.
Open a savings account with this ethical bank that will only invest your money in organisations with a positive social impact.
Bristol's cutting-edge arts space overlooks the harbour and has a stunning cafe/bar with a 'Plot to Plate' policy, serving local, seasonal food.
An ethical pants powerhouse that helps women from refugee communities learn language and business skills, making lingerie in the process.
Vibrantly creative, original furniture and cushions from RECOVER's artisan workshop, which aims to ‘up-cycle furniture and lives’.
An ethical women’s sportswear brand. For each item sold, we fund a business education for a woman in rural India.
These sleek water bottles can be filled with free tap water at participating restaurants, saving waste and funding clean drinking water in Africa.
At BearGood, we believe that every child has the right to a safe and caring living environment, access to healthcare and an education.
Two Fingers Brewing Co. make award-winning beer that isn’t just better tasting but better for mankind, because all profits go to Prostate Cancer UK.
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